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About this Webinar

February 8 • 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET

60% of the U.S. faces at least one chronic condition, a number that is expected to grow as the population trends older. As the healthcare industry faces a potential labor shortage of 1 million workers by 2025, the current model of healthcare is not designed for this increased demand. Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) deployed in the clinical workflow enables health systems to meet the growing needs of chronically ill patients by increasing clinical capacity and improving patient care.

ChristianaCare’s implementation of Validic’s digital health and remote care platform in their Cerner Millennium® workflow demonstrates how organizations can implement innovative digital solutions that make clinicians more efficient.

In this session, Dr. Timothy Shiuh, Chief Health Information Officer & Vice President, Digital Clinical Transformation at ChristianaCare, and Drew Schiller, CEO and Co-founder of Validic, will discuss ChristianaCare’s approach to deploying RPM. ChristianaCare’s best practices will help attendees understand the key considerations for implementing RPM, the importance of integrated workflows, and the anticipated improvements in operational efficiency, satisfaction, and patient engagement.

Attendees will gain insight into:

  • Why an integrated remote care strategy is more effective and scalable across populations and conditions than isolated, RPM-only platforms
  • Key criteria and outcome measures organizations should consider when implementing and scaling remote care
  • How to define your health system’s plan for and approach to remote care by using ChristianaCare’s deployment as a model for integrated and scalable remote care


Drew Schiller

CEO, Validic

Timothy Shiuh, MD

Chief Health Information Officer and VP Digital Clinical Transformation, ChristianaCare

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Your registration may be transferred to a member of your organization up to 24 hours prior to the first day of the event. All cancellations must be received in writing no later than 30 calendar days prior to the first day of the event to receive a refund less the $195.00 administrative charge. No refunds will be made after this date. However, the registration fee less the $195.00 administrative charge can be credited toward another comparable event (registration must be received within 6 months of the event from which you cancel). In case of conference cancellation, The Healthcare Innovation Company’s liability is limited to refund of conference registration fee only. Programs are subject to change, and we reserve the right to alter all programs without prior notice.